‘Gift,’ A Son Confronts His Dad’s Failure
This is a terrifically sad short film from Singapore
The Crucial Difference Between Success and Mastery
We should see ‘failure’ as a learning experience, a trial, a reinvention because mastery is a ‘curved-line, constant pursuit’.
Quotes from curator and art advocate Sarah Lewis
‘The word failure is imperfect. Once we begin to transform it, it ceases to be that any longer. The term is always slipping off the edges of our vision, not simply because it’s hard to see without wincing, but because once we are ready to talk about it, we often call the event something else — a learning experience, a trial, a reinvention — no longer the static concept of failure.
‘Mastery requires endurance. Mastery, a word we don’t use often, is not the equivalent of what we might consider its cognate — perfectionism —…
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